Painting and Kids: How to Keep them Interested

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When Daddy Got Bored (One Piece Wall Art)

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Street Art, Florence

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Make The Most Of Your Children’s Trip To The Museum

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Snow Figures

Totoro Snow figure

By on February 12, 2013

  For some time, snow hasn’t been letting up – perhaps a day or two without and it comes pouring again. It’s of course the perfect time to make snowmen and other snow figures. We braved the cold and made Totoro…inspired by the many figures we found online. We attempted to make chibis too but […]

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Art | Artists

Art as a Form of Therapy

By on February 8, 2013

  Art is all around us, and yet, only a few people take the time to stop and truly appreciate a great piece of art. When people are introduced to great art, it’s generally while they’re in school, even though that is happening less due to budget cuts being made to school arts programs. Challenges […]

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Google Doodle

Mary Leakey on Google Doodle

By on February 6, 2013

Google honors British archaeologist and anthropologist Mary Leakey with a doodle depicting her in an excavation site. Along with her are two dalmatians, as she was known for having her pets on site during her digs. On the foreground are footprints which perhaps represent the Laetoli footprints – to which she is known to have been […]

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Featured | Museums

Make The Most Of Your Children’s Trip To The Museum

By on January 12, 2013

(Photo: At the Louvre Museum, Paris) Contrary to common belief that museums are boring and only for intellectuals, museum visits can actually be fun and exciting for the entire family. Aside from museums showcasing art and history, there are interactive science museums, botanic gardens, zoos and aquariums, and other specialty museums that offer varied subjects […]

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